Video B-Roll available via CNW - Formula 1 racing is back, but Montreal has more!

Jun 12, 2010, 02:00 ET from CNW Broadcast Services

VANCOUVER, June 12 /PRNewswire/ - Formula 1 racing is back in Montreal this weekend, but it is not the only extraordinary experience Canada's second largest city has to offer. From chic boutiques to beautiful historical streets, to multicultural flair, Montreal has more, much more. Join Canadian athlete Tania Vicent (multiple silver and bronze medal winner, Woman's Short Track Speed Skating, 1998 - 2010) as she takes you through some of Montreal's most beautiful and enticing experiences and sights (aside from high octane, high action racing of course).

Video package features a journey through Montreal that includes cycling in Old Montreal, a stop at the cities oldest chapel, and high end designer boutiques. Package also includes a feature on the Montreal Jazz Festival (both split track and English voice over versions), and general b-roll and aerials of Montreal.

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